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From Guillaume Nodet <gno...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Constructing and matching version ranges in code with OSGi
Date Wed, 11 Jun 2014 13:28:35 GMT
Felix utils has a few classes that you can use.

Though with osgi r5, there is a new VersionRange class.
So depending on which osgi minimal version you target, pick the one you

2014-06-11 15:11 GMT+02:00 Christopher BROWN <brown@reflexe.fr>:

> Hello,
> Regarding version ranges, such as [1.0.0,2.0.0), is there any way to
> construct an object representation of that range in code with Felix / OSGi
> in general, and then test if a given Version object matches?  Something
> along the lines of FrameworkUtil.createFilter(string)...
> This is all done automatically for package dependencies, but I'm looking
> for a solution in a different area.
> The OSGi-based product I'm working on uses OSGi for packing code, that's
> fine.  However, the user interface associated is packaged up in ZIP files
> that the application loads, containing templates, CSS, and JavaScript.  The
> JavaScript files in particular can have dependencies on specific versions
> of specific libraries, such as jQuery 1.9.x or 2.x+, Underscore, Backbone,
> to name but a few.   The non-technical suppliers of these ZIP files aren't
> skilled in defining OSGi manifests to express these dependencies but they
> can choose to pick a library and a version from a list.  These JavaScript
> libraries are made available as URLs that are injected into the templates
> based on these declared dependencies.
> So I'd like to be able to reuse this logic at an application level, instead
> of reimplementing it (for the principle, even if it's not a huge
> challenge).
> Is there any such solution available with Felix?
> Thanks,
> Christopher

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